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originally posted by: Shiloh7
a reply to: queenofswords
No. But it opens up the question if you can hack film makers who would presumably have the most up to date it protection programmes running as the cost of new films is horrendous - what other corporations are at risk from the hackers.
originally posted by: queenofswords
Something isn't right about the reason being given for this hack job. What do you think?
originally posted by: jonnywhite
China and Russia are where it starts, I think, since they have friendly relations. One of hte reasons North Korea exists is because of what the Soviets did to keep us out of NK. It snowballed and the Soviets refused to cooperate. It established a communist government in NK led by Kim Il-sung and hte rest is history.
originally posted by: NoRulesAllowed
I usually don't like to post with merely referring to another articles
Is an excellent, extremely detailed report of this hack. .
This is either an elaborate publicity stunt (prob. not) OR one of the Alphabets are behind this.
the only winners in this round were the terrorists.
He added, “In fact, when I have briefed my book on ‘preparing for the possibility of a North Korean collapse’ [Sept 2013], I have been clear that the assassination of Kim Jong-Un is the most likely path to a collapse of the North Korean government. Thus while toning down the ending may reduce the North Korean response, I believe that a story that talks about the removal of the Kim family regime and the creation of a new government by the North Korean people (well, at least the elites) will start some real thinking in South Korea and, I believe, in the North once the DVD leaks into the North (which it almost certainly will). So from a personal perspective, I would personally prefer to leave the ending alone.”